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The Fifth Estate - Interview with the first DCD donor’s parentsMar 21, 2014 | 3:25The Fifth Estate Interview with the first DCD donor’s parents Video
The Fifth Estate Interview with the first DCD donor’s parents Mar 21, 2014 | 3:25Beth and Emile Therien are the parents of Sarah Beth who had a sudden cardiac arrest in June 2006 and was hospitalized for a week in a coma. She was removed from life support on June 17, 2006 and became the first DCD donor in Canada. Two people received Sarah Beth’s organs.
The Fifth Estate - On the Edge of GloryFeb 13, 2014 | 22:41The Fifth Estate On the Edge of Glory Video
The Fifth Estate On the Edge of Glory Feb 13, 2014 | 22:41With unprecedented behind-the-scenes access, the fifth estate followed five figure skaters, each with a dream of making the Canadian team before the 2006 Olympic Winter Games: Jeff Buttle, Emanuel Sandhu, Christopher Mabee, Joannie Rochette and Lesley Hawker.
The Fifth Estate - PodborskiFeb 11, 2014 | 18:02The Fifth Estate Podborski Video
The Fifth Estate Podborski Feb 11, 2014 | 18:02Steve Podborski : now the chef de mission for the Canadian team at the Sochi Olympic Games - was on a winning streak when the fifth estate`s reporter Ian Parker profiled the young downhill skier in 1981.
The Fifth Estate - Downhill RacerFeb 5, 2014 | 23:56The Fifth Estate Downhill Racer Video
The Fifth Estate Downhill Racer Feb 5, 2014 | 23:56In the 2008 episode ‘Downhill Racer’, the fifth estate’s Bob McKeown spent time with Dave Irwin, a downhill skier once renowned for his daredevil style, who was struggling to recover from a crash that left him with a serious brain injury.
The Fifth Estate - How CBC Covered the StoryJan 30, 2014 | 6:00The Fifth Estate How CBC Covered the Story Video
The Fifth Estate How CBC Covered the Story Jan 30, 2014 | 6:00In this clip The National reports on the arrival of the Chinese migrants from the Black Dragon on the shores of British Columbia in August of 1999 and explores public opinion on the arrivals and Canada's immigration policies. Allison Smith, Eve Savory and Sa?a Petricic report.
The Fifth Estate - The SnakeheadsJan 30, 2014 | 4:18The Fifth Estate The Snakeheads Video
The Fifth Estate The Snakeheads Jan 30, 2014 | 4:18In China, human smugglers are known as 'snakeheads'. Patrick Keefe tells Linden MacIntryre why the snakeheads are feared, but also respected members of society, and how a network of snakeheads worked to get people out of China and into America.
The Fifth Estate - The Myth of the Golden MountainJan 30, 2014 | 2:47The Fifth Estate The Myth of the Golden Mountain Video
The Fifth Estate The Myth of the Golden Mountain Jan 30, 2014 | 2:47Many people in China refer to North America as 'the Golden Mountain'. Patrick Keefe explains what that idea means, and why migrants are willing to sacrifice so much for it.
The Fifth Estate - The value of migrantsJan 30, 2014 | 1:49The Fifth Estate The value of migrants Video
The Fifth Estate The value of migrants Jan 30, 2014 | 1:49When several boats like the Black Dragon arrived off the coast of British Columbia in the late nineties carrying Chinese migrants, many people reacted with hostility, suggesting they were queue-jumpers or free-loaders. Patrick Keefe gives his opinion on what many migrants contribute to the economy.
The Fifth Estate - A history of the biker warJan 23, 2014 | 1:43The Fifth Estate A history of the biker war Video
The Fifth Estate A history of the biker war Jan 23, 2014 | 1:43Now a Member of National Assembly of Quebec for the riding of Chomedey in Laval, Guy Ouellette was on the front lines as a police officer during the biker war of the 1990s. He describes the series of events that let police know things had changed on July 14, 1994.
The Fifth Estate - Dangerous informantsJan 23, 2014 | 2:05The Fifth Estate Dangerous informants Video
The Fifth Estate Dangerous informants Jan 23, 2014 | 2:05The biker war had its casualties outside of Montreal. Bruce MacDonald worked with Benoit Roberge to keep the Hells Angels from going national. Here, he shows Mark Kelley the site of a key murder in the biker wars.
The Fifth Estate - The perils of going undercoverJan 23, 2014 | 0:50The Fifth Estate The perils of going undercover Video
The Fifth Estate The perils of going undercover Jan 23, 2014 | 0:50Bob Stenhouse spent years as an undercover cop for the RCMP. Here he discusses how he embodied different characters undercover and how those roles could become too real.
The Fifth Estate - How undercover work can humanize criminalsJan 23, 2014 | 1:12The Fifth Estate How undercover work can humanize criminals Video
The Fifth Estate How undercover work can humanize criminals Jan 23, 2014 | 1:12Stenhouse’s years working closely with criminals humanized them for him and complicated his view of good and bad people.
The Fifth Estate - A widow's response to Ottawa's proposed changes to laws around NCRJan 17, 2014 | 2:27The Fifth Estate A widow's response to Ottawa's proposed changes to laws around NCR Video
The Fifth Estate A widow's response to Ottawa's proposed changes to laws around NCR Jan 17, 2014 | 2:27Alana Kainz is the widow of Ottawa TV sportscaster Brian Smith, who was shot and killed by Jeffrey Arenberg in 1995. After her husband's death, Kainz fought to change laws in Ontario to make it easier to force mentally ill people to get treatment, and in 2000, 'Brian's Law' was passed. She supports the changes the federal government is proposing around NCR, but also thinks there must be ongoing treatment for people found NCR if they are released from a psychiatric facility.
The Fifth Estate - A crime without a criminalJan 16, 2014 | 0:39The Fifth Estate A crime without a criminal Video
The Fifth Estate A crime without a criminal Jan 16, 2014 | 0:39Catherine Latimer is the executive director of the John Howard Society of Canada. The John Howard Society works to ensure “effective, just and humane” correctional policy. She tells the fifth estate’s Bob McKeown that the federal government’s proposed legislation misses the mark and the purpose of NCR and could send more mentally-ill people to prison - a where place she says they don’t belong.
The Fifth Estate - Should there be longer mandatory supervision for NCR offenders?Jan 16, 2014 | 4:32The Fifth Estate Should there be longer mandatory supervision for NCR offenders? Video
The Fifth Estate Should there be longer mandatory supervision for NCR offenders? Jan 16, 2014 | 4:32Lawrence Greenspon is a well-known criminal defense lawyer who has been involved with many NCR cases. He has a history of defending civil liberties, but he thinks that there must be some way to require continuing treatment for NCR offenders who are released, even if it means some sacrifice of their rights.

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